Cracking the Home-Security Code

Spangler, Todd
June 2011
Multichannel News;6/13/2011, Vol. 32 Issue 24, p10
The article reports on the business expansion moves of broadband operators like Comcast Cable Communications Inc. and Time Warner Cable Inc. into the home-security market. It notes that Comcast senior vice president Mitch Bowling has said that the company is expanding its Xfinity Home Security service in various U.S. states. It adds that Time Warner has also relaunched its iControl system-based home security service in New York.


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